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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015Action can amplify motion-induced illusory displacementCaniard, Franck; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.; Thornton, Ian M.
2006Action perception : seeing the world through a moving bodyThornton, Ian M.; Knoblich, Gunther
2011Active control does not eliminate motion-induced illusory displacementCaniard, Franck; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.; Mamassian, Pascal; Lee, Seong-Whan; Thornton, Ian M.
2002Active versus passive processing of biological motionThornton, Ian M.; Rensink, Ronald A.
2001Attention-based visual routines : spritesCavanagh, Patrick; Labianca, Angela T.; Thornton, Ian M.
2008BioNET : traversing and visualising biological reaction networks.Caruana, Stephen (2008)
2015Does action disrupt Multiple Object Tracking (MOT)?Thornton, Ian M.; Horowitz, Todd S.
2023Does global context affect memory for position in the onset repulsion effect?Riga, Anna (2023)
2003Explicit mechanisms do not account for implicit localization and identification of change : an empirical reply to Mitroff et al. (2002)Fernandez-Duque, Diego; Thornton, Ian M.
2001Exploring the link between time to collision and representational momentumGray, Rob; Thornton, Ian M.
2005Forward displacement in grasping and visually judging pliersBrouwer, Anne-Marie; Thornton, Ian M.; Franz, Volker H.
2016Idiosyncratic body motion influences person recognitionPilz, Karin S.; Thornton, Ian M.
2000An implicit measure of undetected changeThornton, Ian M.; Fernandez-Duque, Diego
2004Incidental processing of biological motionThornton, Ian M.; Vuong, Quoc C.
2014Interactive multiple object tracking (iMOT)Thornton, Ian M.; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.; Horowitz, Todd S.; Rynning, Aksel; Lee, Seong-Whan
2003Last but not least : a chimeric point-light walkerThornton, Ian M.; Vuong, Quoc C.; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.
2017-09Matching biological motion across viewpointsBallarini, Nicola; Thornton, Ian M.
2014Matching biological motion at extreme distancesThornton, Ian M.; Wootton, Zac; Pedmason, Pille
2008Metrics of the perception of body movementGiese, Martin A.; Thornton, Ian M.; Edelman, Shimon
2011Motion can amplify the face-inversion effectThornton, Ian M.; Mullins, Emma; Banahan, Kara